In the United States, “bribery” and “lobbying” can achieve the same purpose, but in essence there is a world of difference. To give a simple example, if a company gives a government official a sum of money to reduce taxes, this is a “bribery.”
If he adopts another method, the nature is completely different. He can go to the MP to reflect that if the current tax policy can be adjusted, then I can hire more workers in your constituency and give the members an activity fund. Then this is “lobbying.”
To sum up, “bribery” uses money to exchange rights, while “lobbying” uses money to influence power.
For another example, there is such a father who attaches great importance to the education of his children to donate $500,000 to the sailing club of Stanford University in the United States. Tell them that you can improve your food, but can you modify your policies and accept your daughter. Called “lobbying”, as for the fake false proof and other related issues, in fact, the father and the daughter can push the responsibility to the intermediary, so, for the father and the daughter, they did not violate the US law.